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“I would like to know why the terribly questioned Daronco led the Uruguay-Peru”

Lima, March 25, 2022Updated on 03/25/2022 02:32 pm

in the throes of Peru vs. Uruguay in Montevideo, a bad center by Miguel Trauco ignited the last Peruvian illusion of taking at least one point from the Centenario stadium. The ball, according to television, social networks and collective hysterics, had to have crossed the goal line in the hands of goalkeeper Rochet, but the Brazilian referee anderson daronco never bothered to go check the screen of the VAR.

Later, Conmebol rushed to publish the VAR videos with Daronco’s dialogue and the assistants in front of the video arbitration cameras. With the harsh reality that it was not a goal, Peru has one last chance: beat Paraguay and get the playoff to Qatar 2022.

The journalist Jorge Barraza returns to Total Sport of El Comercio with a new installment of “Come from a 1000″, the video column that on this occasion is in charge of analyzing everything that could be seen from Peru vs. Uruguay for date 17 of the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers.

Next Tuesday, March 29, the Peruvian team (fifth with 21 points) will face the Paraguayan team at 6:30 pm at the National Stadium in Lima. At the same time, Colombia (sixth with 20) will seek to beat Venezuela and wait for Gareca’s team to fall. The same illusion has Chile (seventh with 19), which receives Uruguay, and dreams of winning and that both Peru and Colombia do not reach their goals.

“Come 1000″ is the new multimedia content offered by Deporte Total to its readers. In the next episode, he will comment on the last date of the South American Qualifiers.


Source: Elcomercio

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